Although Marshal Yanda remained sidelined at practice for the fourth day in a row due to a strained right knee, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron fully expects the Pro Bowl right guard to be ready for the Ravens' Sept. 10 regular- season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.
"Absolutely," Cameron said. "Until I'm told differently, we'll be ready for Marshal to play."
Ravens coach John Harbaugh has previously said that Yanda would be playing now if this were the regular season.
The Ravens' injury report remains static with the following players not practicing: offensive tackle Jah Reid (strained right calf), strong safety Sean Considine (concusion), inside linebackers Ricky Brown (undisclosed) and Josh Bynes (cracked vertebrae) and rookie wide receiver Tommy Streeter (sprained left foot).
Streeter is no longer on crutches, but his foot is in a protective walking boot.
Defensive coordinator Dean Pees said that Brown's injury is not related to the hip problem that he sustained earlier in training camp.
"I think it's a different thing," Pees said. "It's not his hip."
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